Renegade Mystic Scholarship
Scholarship applicants will receive ALL of the
Mind Possible Online Courses
Out of Body Experience
Requirements and Deadline
- Be between 16 and 25 years of age.
- Read the book or Kindle version of Renegade Mystic: The Pursuit of Spiritual Freedom Through Consciousness Development
- Answer all 11 essay questions below completely (scroll further down on this page to read the questions)
- Submissions due by June 30, 2020
- All applicants who submit essay answers (at least 2-3 sentences per answer), indicating they read the book carefully, will receive the Mind Possible Platinum Bundle. User accounts will be created using the email address you used to submit your answers. Include your first and last name in your email message, they are needed to create your user account).
- Winning applicants will be notified by July 20.
- Applicants are responsible for getting their own copy of the book.
- What seem to be the author's personal reason for spiritual exploration? What is he trying to learn, discover, or answer for himself? What are your (the applicant's) spiritual aspirations? What interests you, or what are you trying to answer for yourself?
- What are the issues of spiritual power, disempowerment, self-empowerment in the book? What did the author eventually realize about his spiritual teachers (from the first half of the book)?
- What are ways you think religious or spiritual traditions and groups can help you, and how might they hold you back? Is this a simple issue for you, or a complicated one? And why? Have you already had to face this in your life? If so, how?
- What is an example of poverty described in the book? Why do you think the author mentions poverty? What do you think is the relationship between the state of our societies, how people treat each other, and spirituality?
- What was it like to read about religions in other parts of the world? Did this make you feel more curious about them, more accepting of them, or some other way? Why? Do you have friends from other parts of the world, or who practice a religion different from yours? What are the benefits of being open to people different from yourself?
- The author described a moment during meditation when he heard a friend's voice inside his head, and he later discovered it was a friend who had already died. What was her message? Have you ever had an experience like that? What are your thoughts about communicating with people after they've departed? (Note: It's perfectly ok if you don't believe in some of the things in the book - you are not required or asked to believe anything, which is one of the points of the book.)
- Who (from the afterlife) did the author hear from during his first mediumship session with Jude? What was it about Jude's description of this person which identified him to the author?
- Which OBE journal entry interested you the most? Why was it interesting to you? Have you ever had a similar experience, an OBE, or a lucid dream? What was it like? (this can be a brief description)
- One of the essays at the end discusses the nature of "fear" and how to work with it during OBE training. How does this apply to other parts of life? Have you ever had to face fear in your life, perhaps when trying to learn something new or meet new people? How did you work with it, or what did you learn?
- One of the essays discusses warning signs to watch out for when choosing a spiritual teacher or group. Discuss one or two of those warning signs which interested you or made sense to you. How did you feel after reading this essay, or how do you think it will prepare you for various aspects of your life in the future?
- The essay "The 100-hour Telekinesis Challenge" discusses the author's psychological challenge during an experiment. How does this relate to self-confidence, the risk of fooling oneself, and doing research thoroughly and patiently? Can you relate to these themes in other parts of your life?